The Reflector

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Crude Glut Starving Out Alberta Jobs

Expert at Global Energy Talk says the undeniable interconnection of the global energy market will continue to be a factor in Alberta’s oil downturn Amy Tucker, Staff Writer Global energy markets are more connected...

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Hadwin’s Judgement

Canadian novelist’s work gets adapted to the big screen Kennedy Enns, Staff Writer Adapting novels to screen is often a difficult task. It’s hard to create the same emotional depth and portray characters accurately. Parts...

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The Girl on the Train

Taking a look at the #1 best seller before the movie comes out Polly Eason, Contributor “One for sorrow, two for joy, three for a girl. Three for a girl. I‘m stuck on three, I...

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REFLECTORIAL: On mental health…

I have personally been in University for six years, doing my first diploma at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Vancouver, BC then coming to Mount Royal to pursue my degree in Journalism. In my first...

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The Golden Child Returns

Connor McDavid is back and better than ever but is it enough? Brady Grove, Staff Writer Connor McDavid has finally returned from injury and has revitalized a stagnant Edmonton Oilers hockey club. The superstar rookie...

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Striking a Chord

Metal band talks about working independently with a unique sound Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor With the power of the internet making it easier to record and upload music, more and more people are making music...

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Driven to Succeed

The future of self-driving cars is “wheely” close! Logan Krupa, Tech Columnist You’re at home when you realize you need to go to the store for groceries. After entering your desired store into your...